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RNZ AUDIO: Linda Clark & The Debates

Election 2005


http://www.radionz.co.nz/election2005/

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...If you really want to know about the issues and the party leaders the following INTERNET AUDIO RESOURCES FROM RADIO NEW ZEALAND are without a doubt the best and most accessible record of both available on the Internet in the public arena (Aside from here on Scoop of course... See... http://www.scoop.co.nz/features/election2005.html).

Also reccommended in the Audio Visual sphere are TVNZ's streaming video (reports and debates with transcripts - See... http://www.tvnz.co.nz/)

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Nine To Noon Leader Interviews

The following interviews were first broadcast on Nine To Noon.

  • Tuesday, 6 September - ACT New Zealand, The Greens, United Future, Jim Anderton's Progressive Party, The Mâori Party [1]
  • Linda Clark talks to Rodney Hide (ACT New Zealand), Rod Donald (The Greens), Peter Dunne (United Future), Jim Anderton (Jim Anderton's Progressive Party), Pita Sharples (Mâori Party).
  • Wednesday, 7 September - The National Party [2]
  • Linda Clark talks to Don Brash.
  • Thursday, 8 September - New Zealand First [3]
  • Linda Clark talks to Winston Peters.
  • Friday, 9 September - The Labour Party [4]
  • Linda Clark talks to Helen Clark.


    [1] - http://meta.radionz.co.nz/election2005/431CCE09-wmbr.asx
    [2] - http://meta.radionz.co.nz/election2005/431E1C2B-wmbr.asx
    [3] - http://meta.radionz.co.nz/election2005/431F7BA9-wmbr.asx
    [4] - http://meta.radionz.co.nz/election2005/4320BE3E-wmbr.asx


    Nine To Noon Issues Interviews

    The following interviews were first broadcast on Nine To Noon.

  • Tuesday, 23 August - Tax [1]
  • Linda Clark talks to Michael Cullen (Labour) and John Key (National).
  • Wednesday, 24 August - The Treaty [2]
  • Linda Clark talks to Trevor Mallard (Labour), Gerry Brownlee (National), Winston Peters (New Zealand First) and Atareta Poananga (Mâori Party).
  • Thursday, 25 August - Foreign Affairs [3]
  • Linda Clark talks to Phil Goff (Labour), Gerry Brownlee (National), Peter Dunne (United Future) and Keith Locke (The Greens)
  • Friday, 26 August - Immigration [4]
  • Maggie Barry talks to Tony Ryall (National), Paul Swain (Labour) and Winston Peters (New Zealand First).
    Thursday, 16 September - Housing
    This will be posted shortly.


    [1] - http://meta.radionz.co.nz/election2005/430A5515-wmbr.asx
    [2] - http://meta.radionz.co.nz/election2005/430BA6D6-wmbr.asx
    [3] - http://meta.radionz.co.nz/election2005/430CF8E9-wmbr.asx
    [4] - http://meta.radionz.co.nz/election2005/430E497E-wmbr.asx


    Leaders Debates

  • Leaders of the Major Parties [1]
  • First broadcast live on Friday, 19 August 2005. Features Helen Clark (Labour) and Don Brash (National). Hosted by Sean Plunket and Linda Clark.
  • Leaders of the Minor Parties Part One [2] Part Two [3]
  • First broadcast live on Saturday, 27 August 2005. Features Rodney Hide (ACT New Zealand), Jeanette Fitzsimons (The Greens), Jim Anderton (Jim Anderton's Progressive Party), Pita Sharples (Mâori Party), Peter Dunne (United Future). New Zealand First leader Winston Peters declined to appear. Hosted by Sean Plunket and Linda Clark.
  • Issues: The Economy [4]
  • First broadcast live on Tuesday, 23 August 2005. Features Rodney Hide (ACT New Zealand), Rod Donald (The Greens), Jim Anderton (Jim Anderton's Progressive Party), Michael Cullen (Labour), Prof. Whatarangi Winiata (Mâori Party), John Key (National), Winston Peters (New Zealand First) and Gordon Copeland (United Future). Chaired by Kim Hill.
  • Issues: The Treaty & Race Relations [5]
  • First broadcast on Tuesday, 30 August 2005 at 8:00 pm. Features Stephen Franks (ACT New Zealand), Nandor Tanczos (The Greens), Matt Robson (Jim Anderton's Progressive Party), Trevor Mallard (Labour), Atareta Poananga (Mâori Party), Gerry Brownlee (National), Winston Peters (New Zealand First) and Murray Smith (United Future). Chaired by Kim Hill.
  • Issues: Health [6]
  • First broadcast on Tuesday, 6 September 2005 at 8:00 pm. Features Heather Roy (ACT New Zealand), Sue Kedgely (The Greens), Jim Anderton (Jim Anderton's Progressive Party), Annette King (Labour), Charles Joe (Mâori Party), Paul Hutchison (National), Barbara Stewart (New Zealand First) and Judy Turner (United Future). Chaired by Kim Hill.
  • Issues: Education [7]
  • First broadcast on Tuesday, 13 September 2005 at 8:00 pm. Features Debora Coddington (ACT New Zealand), Metiria Turei (The Greens), Megan Woods (Jim Anderton's Progressive Party), Trevor Mallard (Labour), Monte Ohia (Mâori Party), Bill English (National), Brian Donnelly (New Zealand First) and Bernie Ogilvie (United Future). Chaired by Kim Hill.


    [1] - http://meta.radionz.co.nz/election2005/43126787-wmbr.asx
    [2] - http://meta.radionz.co.nz/election2005/43126694-wmbr.asx
    [3] - http://meta.radionz.co.nz/election2005/43126628-wmbr.asx
    [4] - http://meta.radionz.co.nz/election2005/43126A12-wmbr.asx
    [5] - http://meta.radionz.co.nz/election2005/43151977-wmbr.asx
    [6] - http://meta.radionz.co.nz/election2005/431E2FF6-wmbr.asx
    [7] - http://meta.radionz.co.nz/election2005/4327A420-wmbr.asx

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